With the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Eid al-Adha holiday, the 10 will be traveling by 15 million people, airplanes, buses and trains.
Intercity buses, which are in high demand by those who want to go to the resorts and their hometowns, will be transported by one million passengers per day during the holiday. Journeys will gain intensity from tomorrow night. This mobility will last until the end of September depending on the opening of schools and universities after the feast.
Thousand 353 8 500 bus company gives bus services throughout Turkey. On regular days, the number of buses with 22 bin is increased by 27 per thousand. In order to meet the passenger demand during the holiday, the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications will allow intercity bus companies to use the buses registered in B2 and D2 documents, and the 8 will be provided with additional time. 10 million passengers are expected to be transported by bus during the festival.
It was reported that road construction, maintenance and repair work would be kept to a minimum in order for the citizens to travel comfortably during the holiday.
Stating that additional flights are available on the Ankara-Istanbul High Speed Train (YHT) line of TCDD Tasimacilik AS in order to offer citizens more comfortable travel opportunities, Arslan said, “Accordingly, on August 26 and 31, and September 4, 08.45 from Ankara and 18.45 from Pendik. 6 additional YHT flights will be operated in Istanbul. With these, 2 thousand 454 people additional YHT passenger capacity will be provided on the Ankara-Istanbul line. "
Necessary measures were taken by the General Directorate of State Airports Authority (DHMİ) in airlines during the Eid al-Adha. DHMİ General Directorate teams will work for 7/24 uninterrupted service at the airports where heavy aircraft and passenger traffic is expected during the holidays.
25 flights will be carried out by airline companies at 4 major airports on 7 August-42 September. During the holiday, 109 planes will take off and land from Ataturk Airport, where the busiest plane and passenger traffic is expected. This number will be 16 at Sabiha Gökçen Airport and 568 at Ankara Esenboğa Airport. In the same period, 7 thousand 718 airplanes will take off and land at Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, 3 thousand 708 at Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, 8 at Milas Bodrum Airport and 54 at Dalaman Airport. In addition, necessary measures were taken for additional flights in line with the demands of airline companies. About 3 million passengers are expected to be transported by air during the holiday.